Its important to capitalize on the holiday season, and one of the best ways to do that is through a strong social media campaign.
Social media continues to grow in its impact for reaching audiences near and far. For your marketing campaign, this must have tool works only as well as its search engine optimization (SEO). After all, SEO gets you noticed by Google and its cohorts which turns consumers heads in your direction. Creating a reputable social media profile can encourage followers directly, resulting in more people connecting with you and visiting your website, or indirectly by having an extra resource pointing to pages on your site. Why is SEO relevant on social media? Because not all social media platforms work off the same internal search engine. Therefore, each channel may require its own unique touch for optimizing SEO. Keep reading to see how you can boost SEO through social media: Facebook To maximize your search engine exposure on Facebook (FB), the title and description come vitally into play. Your FB page name needs to be clear, the name of your company for example, as this will appear as your
Integrating your marketing strategies for social media and email can lead to easy marketing success. By being more engaging with both social media and email subscribers...
Running your own business is great. Its exciting to see if what you offer, whether product or service, is well received by the public. Orders begin rolling in, your schedule begins filling up, the phone is ringing off the hook youre busier than ever and business is booming. But during the excitement of gaining new customers, what happens to your old customers? The real benefit of owning your own business comes from repeat and long term customers. Not only will your regulars provide you with a steady income, their love for your service or product will also be shared with the people your customers know, helping your business grow. So, how do you go about keeping that customer loyalty while keeping the flow of new customers? Good Service is Key The first impression that you leave a person sets the tone for how they will see you forever. You should always make your customers aware that you respect and care about them. It should go without saying, but being polite, attentive, courteous